Quill offers several reports to help track student progress and inform your instruction. Three reports are available to all users, and four additional reports for Quill Premium users. Activate your Quill Premium trial or purchase a Quill Premium subscription to experience these additional reports!

Table of Contents:

  1. Diagnostic Report

  2. Activity Summary Report

  3. Activity Analysis Report

  4. Activity Scores Report (Premium)

  5. Concepts Report (Premium)

  6. Standards Report (Premium)

  7. Data Export Report (Premium)


Diagnostic Report

We recommend that all teachers start their class' Quill journey by assigning a Quill Diagnostic. A Quill Diagnostic will gather data about students' baseline proficiencies and learning needs and generate a learning plan of recommended activity packs, individualized for each student.

When you open the Diagnostic Report, you will see each diagnostic you have assigned to each class.

To view the results of a class' diagnostic, click on the View results and recommendations button for that respective diagnostic.

On the left side of the page, you will see links to the following reports:

  • Click the Class summary report to see circle charts displaying the percentage of students who are proficient in each skill set.

  • Click the Student results report to see the proficiencies for each skill set for each student.

  • Click the Student responses tab to view each student's responses for each prompt and the skills that each student used completely correctly on the diagnostic

  • Click the Questions analysis tab to see the class' average score for each question on the diagnostic


Activity Summary Report

The Activity Summary report provides a high-level view of student progress on their Quill activities. This report uses a stoplight system of green, yellow, and red scores. A green square indicates that the student scored 80-100%. A yellow square indicates the student scored 60-79%. A red square indicates that the student scored less than 60%. Encourage your students to go for green!

Activity Summary Tips and Tricks:

  • Use the class, activity pack, and date filters at the top of the report to narrow your search

  • If a student has replayed an activity, that activity will appear with a blue circle in the top right-hand corner. The number inside this blue circle will indicate how many times the student has submitted the activity.

Completed activity square, green for proficient, number 2 in the top corner to indicate the activity was attempted twice by the student
  • You can view the total time students have spent on Quill in the top right portion of their section, or you can hover your mouse over an activity to see how much time the student spent on that individual activity.

Screenshot showing the time spent report


Activity Analysis Report

The Activity Analysis report allows you to dig deeper into each student's response to different activities. The first page will show you a list of each activity pack you have assigned.

To view a list of students who have completed an activity, click the arrow to the far right of the activity's name. Then, you can click a student's name to view their responses on the activity and how much time they spent on the activity.

Screenshot showing the student responses section of the activity analysis report

You will see each question's prompt, the response the student submitted, the feedback the student received, and the concept that was being used in the activity.

Screenshot showing the questions reports section of the activity analysis report

Activity Analysis Tips and Tricks:

  • Use questions or concepts from the activity analysis for your Do Now/Warm-Up activities

  • Use a student's responses to provide feedback during student conferences

  • Lead whole-class discussions by anonymously sharing student responses


Activity Scores Report (Premium)

The Activity Scores report generates a progress report for each student's Quill experience that you can download and share with students. This report will show you a student's overall Quill score, how many activities they have completed, and what their score is on each individual activity.

Screenshot showing a student's activity scores report

Activity Scores Tips & Tricks:

  • Click the arrow next to each activity to see the student's Activity Analysis report for that particular activity

  • Set due dates for each activity and use the Activity Scores report to pull a grade for your grade book

  • Organize activity packs by concepts and use this report to implement concept-level grading


Concepts Report (Premium)

The downloadable Concepts Report shows you each concept the student has encountered on Quill and what their average score is for each of those concepts.

Screenshot showing the concepts report

Concepts Report Tips & Tricks:

  • Download the Concepts Report and allow students to use this as a checklist for correctness in their writing drafts

  • Use the information on this page to structure station rotations or cooperative grouping


Standards Report (Premium)

The downloadable Standards Report allows you to see each Common Core State Standard that your students have encountered on Quill.

Screenshot showing the standards report

You can click the arrow to the far right of each standard to see which students are proficient in that standard.

Screenshot showing which students completed an activity that is aligned to Common Core State Standard 3.1a - Use adjectives and adverbs

You can also click each student's name to see their individual report.

Screenshot showing each standard a student has encountered on Quill

Standards Report Tips & Tricks:


Data Export Report (Premium)

The Data Export feature allows you to download students' raw Quill data as a CSV file for further analysis on your own or to upload into another system.

Screenshot showing the data export report

Data Export Report Tips & Tricks:

  • Use the classes, activity packs, and students filters at the top of the page to narrow the data displayed in your report

  • Share the CSV file with your administration, instructional coach, or team leader to identify growth areas for students and cooperative grouping


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